Editorials

  1. Art that I Think About in the Winter

    Date 29 Jan 2018
    by Sylvie Schwartz It’s the end of January. I don’t know about you but for me there’s not that much that’s relatable besides winter and feeling like you’re dying inside. In that spirit - and because it would be depressing to make a list of artworks that makes me feel…

  2. What the Font You Write Your Papers in Says About You

    Date 25 Jan 2018
    by Tara Allen Flanagan Few things are more panic inducing than trying to finish formatting an assignment mere minutes before its submission deadline. Whether your professor requested that your paper follow MLA, Chicago, APA, or the like, you find yourself trembling with fear as you try to remember if your…

  3. Vance RefrigerARTion: a look at art in “The Office”

    Date 24 Jan 2018
    by Nora McCready I’m a new addition to the FDG Editorial team, and during the past week I kept my eyes peeled for an appropriate topic to focus on in my first piece. I was thinking about cataloguing café art, discussing the esthetics of different metro stations, or ranking my…

  4. Who’s Who? Originality in the Art World (of Instagram)

    Date 23 Jan 2018
    by Nina Chabel If you’re anything like me, you also spend a fair amount of time mindlessly scrolling through your Instagram feed, liking post after post, looking for some kind of inspiration. My favourite feature about Instagram is probably their suggested accounts to follow. A small list of a few…

  5. A Unique Take on Image Transfer Art: An Interview with Ellie Martin

    Date 22 Jan 2018
    Interview by Mariah Lamont-Lennox ARTIST STATEMENT: Memory is a funny thing. They come in bits and pieces, they linger, they disappear. Gaping holes are left, what you think will stick falls away and what seems trivial remains. Image transferring always reminds me of memory in it’s ephemerality, the ghostly trace

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